LHC Open Screen
The Louis Hartlooper Complex (LHC) frequently receives requests from all over the country by upcoming film talent to screen their work. So we came up with the idea to organise a day when we make our largest screen available to film talent. To have a platform to show film on a large screen is inspiring to film makers and therefore something we consider very important. The second edition of LHC Open Screen (in Dutch: LHC Open Doek) will be held on Sunday, June 24 2018. This time we leave it to the audience to vote for the winner. The winning film will be shown on a regular basis throughout the summer. The proceeds of the day will be awarded tot the winner to promote their film.
Filmmakers have until April 15 2018 to submit their work through email@example.com. The LHC reserves the right to make a selection from the submitted works according to length of the program and based on the Terms and Conditions. The complete program will be announced on May 1 2018. Tickets will be available from the same date.
Terms and Conditions
• Films have a title, closing credits and are of reasonable digital quality (see Technical Conditions);
• Films are no more than 2 years old;
• Films do not have a distributor and have not been previously released in theatres and/or on television;
• Filmmakers are expected to be present during the screening of their work;
• Participants are expected to generate some publicity of their own;
• Provision and transport of work are at the participants’ own risk (including return of the work);
• Films need to be submitted before the start of ticket sales on May 1 2018;
• LHC reserves the right to refuse work without provision of reason;
• Arrangement and payment of screening rights are participants’ responsibility. LHC assumes that this has been taken care of when the film is submitted;
•Tickets can only be booked by phone, online and/or purchased at the Reception from May 1 2018
• 1080p or better:
o HD quality or better
• Surround or 3.1 mix preferable.
• Options for subtitles:
o Hardcoded in the image (not framed)
o In the file’s container (as with Blu-rays and DVDs)
o Provided separately in a file (for example .srt)
• In some cases a conversion may be required in order to prepare a DCP